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Things freezing often describes (“freezing ________”)
point, temperatures, night, points, mixture, works, depression, weather, day, injury, temperature, air, process, water, morning, plant, method, out, mixtures, cold, plants, thawing, solution, methods, technique, techniques, season, solutions, death, liquid, damage, drying, dynamites, industry, microtome, pot, experiments, apparatus, crystals, chamber, reception, facilities, soils, rain, machine, afternoon, wind, depressions, waters, clouds, tube, foods, vessel, glances, device, chill, nights, measurements, curves, microscopy, chambers, dynamite, scalp, injuries, evening, determinations, cabin, factory, explosives, fog, cabinet, winds, indifference, garret, winters

How freezing often is described (“________ freezing”)
above, rapid, quick, alternate, deep, slow, below, near, intracellular, normal, actual, severe, fast, artificial, complete, subsequent, gastric, seasonal, partial, initial, sudden, pressure, hard, cryogenic, extracellular, liquid, repeated, immediate, controlled, direct, progressive, avoid, cold, commercial, continuous, frequent, sharp, bloody, prolonged, selective, snap, gradual, non, successful, temporary, premature, successive, solid, instantaneous, conventional, superficial, cyclic, slight, spontaneous, extensive, faster, intense, rate, excessive, eutectic, directional, slower, conditioned, continued, adequate, embryo, fractional, occasional, repetitive, intermittent


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See freezing used in context: 100+ rhymes, 1 Shakespeare work, several books and articles.

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